Voices: Studebaker

The next generation of control

Nowadays, if you can carefully run a mouse through an engineering software package, you can graduate as an E.E., M.E., Chem.E. or Comp.E. and get right to work designing automation systems.

By Paul Studebaker, editor in chief
Apr 25, 2016

It used to require at least five years of university classroom and laboratory education for even the brightest high school graduate to learn enough about a field of engineering to be deemed worthy of hiring. Then years more of orientation and training before a company would trust your independent work (and you might earn a P.E.) It could take a decade for your company to turn a profit on you.

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